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Re: Howto get rid of old kernels



Am Mo, den 03.05.2004 schrieb John Fleming um 17:24:

> How do I get rid of old kernels and their listing in the graphical boot
> screen?  They were all installed using yum or up2date, so I assume I can
> remove them with either of those.  Will that remove them from the boot
> screen too?  Tnx - John

man yum --> remove
man rpm --> erase

And yes, the grub menu entries will leave your system too, once you
removed/erased the old kernel(s). Be aware that you must pass the tools
the specific package name like i.e. "kernel-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl".

Alexander


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